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mitochondrial carrier


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mitochondrial carrier

mitochondrial carrier protein

mitochondrial carrier protein

Identification and functional characterization of mitochondrial carrier Mrs4 in Candida albicans

Adenine nucleotide translocator, a mitochondrial carrier protein, and fate of cardiomyocytes after ischaemia/reperfusion

Identification of the Drosophila melanogaster Mitochondrial Citrate Carrier: Bacterial Expression, Reconstitution, Functional Characterization and Developmental Distribution

Concentric hypertrophic remodelling and subendocardial dysfunction in mitochondrial DNA point mutation carriers

Dual Targeting to Mitochondria and Plastids of AtBT1 and ZmBT1, Two Members of the Mitochondrial Carrier Family

NRGA1, a Putative Mitochondrial Pyruvate Carrier, Mediates ABA Regulation of Guard Cell Ion Channels and Drought Stress Responses in Arabidopsis

Role of Mitochondrial Carrier Protein Mrs3/4 in Iron Acquisition and Oxidative Stress Resistance of Cryptococcus neoformans

Roles of Adjoining Asp and Cys Residues of First Matrix-Facing Loop in Transport Activity of Yeast and Bovine Mitochondrial ADP/ATP Carriers

Reply: Mitochondrial DNA copy number differentiates the Leber’s hereditary optic neuropathy affected individuals from the unaffected mutation carriers

Mitochondrial DNA copy number differentiates the Leber’s hereditary optic neuropathy affected individuals from the unaffected mutation carriers

Close Location of the First Loop to the Third Loop of the Mitochondrial ADP/ATP Carrier Deduced from Cross-Linking Catalyzed by Copper-o-Phenanthroline of the Solubilized Carrier with Triton X-100

Irreversible Extrusion of the First Loop Facing the Matrix of the Bovine Heart Mitochondrial ADP/ATP Carrier by Labeling the Cys56 Residue with the SH-Reagent Methyl Methanethiosulfonate

 

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Any of a family of at least 13 metabolite transporters of the inner mitochondrial membrane. They consist of ≈300 amino acids organized into three homologous repeats, each of ≈100 residues ...

Subjects: Chemistry.


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